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washington quit playing us for fools and thinking this finger pointing is winning you friends. it is costing your country. leaving aside a major credit rating calling the politician's bluff did this hint if they come up with a keel that is stupid this will be hell? charles payne says that downgrade could be coming no matter what. warm, -- charles, what will happen? >>guest: the debt ceiling debate, july 29, they come up with an agreement and the president signs it august 2, and we are downgraded after the president signed. the deal was signed and it was done, they point to a lack of faith in the leaders and in washington, dc. they are saying the same thing. when i read that, and the quote is deficit cutting plan, you mention playing us as fools, we they just give it or wink sore say, guys this is not a real deal. >>neil: 9 rating agencies are under pressure since the housing problem, they will be extra cautious. you mentioned s&p downgrading and a debt deal that it deemed incoherent, dysfunctional and in the end the cuts were not real. what if we get a deal like that again, you say, we are w
of the season. we thought make we would caught in get one but it is headed if us now the biggest population center in the midwest, take a look at the pictures at o'hare where already a mess ensued and tomorrow morning it is worse, already 1,000 flights, more than 1,000 flights, canceled nationwide and most of those already at o'hare. tomorrow morning, it will be awful with gusts of wind up to 50 or 60 miles per hour. i love that kind of weather but it will not be pretty. and what about christmas packages? ups' biggest shipping day of the year already today and that means tomorrow is also a huge day and right in the middle of the country where much of the packages go through is if a mess right now in the airports which are a mess. the package could be delayed. down chicago here right now and we have warm weather, reasonably warm for this time of the career but behind it with the snow is huge cold. if those who watch the financial markets, natural gas futures are way up today. the good news? grain prices are down because, finally, we are getting a break if the drought the silver lipping in th
the surviving children. >> i don't want to use the details of the tender issue, and i can tell you that any interviews with any children will be done with professionals, with parents and with investigators as appropriate. the investigators will determine how, when, where and why we will do this. >> this is a community that is still reeling with very dark and difficult days and weeks ahead. >>neil: thank you very much. in the meantime new calls to arm employees at schools in the wake of the shootings that a former secret service agent says could save lives. many are talking seriously about this. easeeasier said than done. >> would you rather a situation your child is in school and an amended gunman confronts someone unarmed or armed. we are not talking about turning the schools into armed camps but there is a reason we have armed security guards at banks, they attract an element that the bangs do not want. unfortunately, schools have now become a magnet for this type of activity. >>neil: i wonder about other schools where they did have procedures in place, including this one, buzzing the gue
deal with the sequesters we would not let this get away from us. we shouldn't this time. for mr. obama to suggest i've cut a trillion in spending because he saved money on the wars in afghanistan is gimmicks. they a work. >> i have to be honest, it's both sides. it strikes me these lawmakers on either side don't have a real fix to what we're looking at, the national debt, screaming out of control. we're going to exceed that limit on monday night. >> i wouldn't disagree but look at the facts. we did have a republican controlled congress that passed a bill. if reid didn't like the bill, let it go for debate. let his senate vote it down and say no, we're not going to accept these conditions. >> let me ask you this, then. interesting question. president obama gets his own deal, sends it over to the republicans, they have the same dilemma. >> well, they may. but i think you would at least see a fair dee beat. look, i think the average american realizes we have to cut spending. you know the numbers. >> craig, i have to ask you -- i have to stop you. i don't think they do. we ran a package ye
themselves on the bang. not yet. thank you for joining us, scott. what we need to tell the audience what is behind you, sir? >>guest: this is my house. this is where me and my wife and dog sleep each night. we don't have no heat. no hot water. no electric. we are using generators that my neighbor has loaned us and we are using portable heaters on the second floor to keep warm at night. >>eric: we hear the lawmakers patting each other on the back and patting fema on the back, how does that make you feel? >>guest: aggravated. stressed out. more depressed that they are doing a phoney patting and the victims are suffering on staten island and elsewhere. do a walk through. see the people. come talk to them. it is nut just me. it is not just my family but my neighbors, my friends and other victims of hurricane sandy. staten island is the forgotten borough. no one is helping us. >>eric: how do you shower? are you warm enough to sleep in that house? thankfully it has been warm the last couple of days but what happens when the temperature drops? >>guest: i don't know. me and my wife are feeling s
at 50 miles per hour could cause serious damage and blindness. many of us will pop some sham point tonight and the organization says it is the most common cause of holiday-related eye injuries. there is a whole list of safety tips to avoid the blindness from corks but it comes down do this. the don't aim the bottle at anyone and if you hit yourself in the eye you have had plenty of champagne. that is it for "studio b" today. i'll be back later at 6:00 eastern and 4:00 in the west. "your world" is next. happy new year, everyone. >> a deal far from being done, only eight hours to go. stocks celebrating just the same. the details are out. the dirt is in. now the big question: will it get the vote? very warm welcome, everyone, i am here tonight for neil cavuto with "your world." stocks finishing up as a deal to avoid massive tax hikes is making up, the dow up 189 points at the close. this is what we get from the senate: taxes go up for families making more than $450,000 or more. the top tax rate jumping to 39.6 percent from 35 percent. the deal increases revenues by $600 billion over t
trying to bring us back from the cliff. that is drawn to scale. super hero picks number one. stop going on vacation. another one week vacation? are you kidding me? did batman ever take a day off when gothem city was burning? i don't think so. get back to work. there is a country to save here. super hero fix number two, stop the press conferences. all of the press conferences. the more you talk, the more i want to rip my ears and eyes out. stop it. you sound childish and your finger-pointing looks as saw 9. have you ever seen superman or batman hold a press conference and say they were saving world? no. you know why? they were saving the world. super hero fix number three. republicans, this is not going to go down easy. just let the top rates go back to clinton era levels. i don't like it. you don't like it. but it beats the budget terry oops you are going through right now to raise the same amount of dough. limiting the writeoffs and opening the can of worms is not worth it. less hassle and less revenue overall. if you raise the rates now and save the big foit for a -- the big fight for
the battle is just going. leave us alone. or we are coming for you. we are done. >>neil: some unions are out for a lot more than their point of view be but for blood and they are not holding back. and neither are state lawmakers. >> we are going to pass something that will undo 100 years of labor relations. there will be blood. >>neil: everyone should cool that. but is the governor worried about what he unlived? the michigan governor snyder with me now. are you surprised by this, governor? >>guest: it is good to be with you. i knew this is a divisive issue with a lot of protests before we started considering the bills. this is the right thing to do. it is actually is being pro worker, they have a right to choice and shouldn't they have the choice depending on whether their pay dues? this brings jobs to michigan and we need the jobs. we have a great come back. more and better jobs is good for workers and, actually, good for unions. >>neil: the union guys come back and say, so, the non-union members who you would force among us benefit from contracts we negotiate and, ultimately, sign. what do
does this guy use? what time of ammunition did he use? did he target any of the children or the adults specifically? a lost times in these situations an individual will start out with one target and he will wine up if he has the appear in addition shooting several people we trying to find out if he targets one. somebody or something ignited this guy. either today or yesterday. it seems like someone ignited this guy yesterday because it seemed like it was a mapped shooting but when i talk to my sources he was ready. i am not sure if he had this planned out or was this a respond attendous event? those are the questions we are trying to find out right now. >> you know, his brother, ryan, who was originally identified as the shooter maybe because adam had something indicating he was ryan on him, but, that brother is now in police custody in new jersey. what are authorities trying to get out of him if he were not an accomplice, what are they trying to learn? >> it is not unusual for family members to be thought as being a person that committed an act when another family member did it. that
indianapolis. we had a situation near our live shot a semi truck got stuck next to us. this is what we're dealing with now in the area, just so much snowfall and it was so bad during the day they couldn't get any of it out. right now the roads still dangerous in this area and we'll see a lot of clean up in the indianapolis area. >> thank you very much. >>> the storm now barreling towards the northeast to maria in the fox news weather center with the latest. jill pointed something important out. on the backside of that storm, cold weather behind it. >> we have temperatures right now in the single digits and teens across the midwest, minnesota and dakotas so temperatures are cold, even in areas where we're not experiencing winter weather but the storm has everything. it has severe weather, reports of tornadoes and unfortunately that -- a lot occurred across areas in the south on christmas day. people had their homes damaged and we have reports of many injuries and fatalities from the same storm system headed northeast. many messages you just saw out of indiana are what you'll see in penn
, actually, who brought us to the moon and did the impossible, remember now, 40 years after that last mission to the moon surface that anything is possible. i don't want to give away our sunday night "fly me to the moon" special but i want to give you a teaser, what made them so special. >> we are not thinking about what goes wrong, worry is a wasted emotion. it clouds clear thinking that is absolutely needed when something is wrong. >> i didn't have guts i knew what i was doing. i didn't go to the moon not to come back. >>neil: did you think you might die? >> we thought our chances were about 10 percent. >>neil: did you hear that? 10 percent. one out of ten chance of coming out that disaster alive. that was then. this is now. amazing. folks in washington, dc, could take a cue from these guys. to our market watcher. i don't see that bravery today. but it is what it is. >>guest: it is nowhere to be found. maybe the chance of that 40 years ago is 10 percent and the chance of the fiscal cliff and higher taxes killing the economy is probably 50 percent and, yes, you are right, we are still not fi
. >>> welcome, i'm neil cavuto. this is your world. on the phone with us, chad on a deal that might be in the making. what are we to make of this private powwow when both these guys were talking past each other today. >> it's very significant they're going to meet in person. house speaker john boehner, his spokesman says the speaker plans to go back to ohio tomorrow and ohio has both cell phone service and airports so if they need to talk, it won't be a problem. but the fact they're talking is key. the house of representatives late this morning adjourned until monday. the final votes, everybody left. it's important to get everybody out of building. that gives leaders in negotiations wiggle room. it's similar to last year on the payroll tax debate which went up to christmastime. john boehner got everybody out and the deal emerged. it gives people the breathing room to potentially cut a deal. >> neil: just a couple of hours earlier, speaker boehner went before the microphones to say i'm heading back to ohio, the president has my cell phone numbers. he's not offered any cuts so the cle
. i have five kids and that's going to put us way down in the hole. >> i'm a single income, you've got to be kidding. >> that's a lot of money. >> we need to keep our money in our pockets to help our country first. >> that sucks. i have a lot more better things to do with that money than give it someplace else. >> taxpayers are clearly worried. it deny next guest reaction from florida republican congressman, good friend, allen west. start with the -- some news we heard about an hour ago, that the leadership was actually calling you guys back to d.c. have you heard that? i heard it was 6:30 a.m. sunday. is that accurate? >> you are correct. it's good to be with you, eric. we had a conference call this afternoon from 2:30 to 3:05 p.m. and we'll come back to washington, d.c. sunday evening, 6:30 p.m., no later than. >> let's talk about the senate minority leader, mcdonnell, saying hopefully there's time to get this fixed. is there time? >> i think there is. you know, we have done our business in the house of representatives. we have sent a bill to the senate which says we will keep all th
the very least republicans can expect and should expect of democrats is, give us your pound of flesh. the ratio was thought to be when this was done a year ago, we would see $3 in cut for $1 in tax hikes but now it is the opposite. it has been inverted. things could change, but i am told behind closed doors it is not happening. what do you make of that? >>guest: i have said this before about a sense of history and why so many conservatives see the 3-1, or whatever the ratio is, to be phony, that is how they played out in past history. under the reagan administration when he was dealing with thomas "tip" o'neill and under the george bush administration when, as i said, i was in school clothes necessity made the deals and the republicans fell for it and the spending cuts never came. >>neil: wait, wait, wait, wait, in what administration were you still in school clothes >>guest: you can look it up on the intent. >>neil: when the republicans cave you promise the spending cuts if i didn't give you tax hikes and they never get to the spending cuts. >>guest: right and when we pay the price,
. you don't get us off this cliff we will. they proposing a backup plan canceling tax increases due to hit in two weeks on everyone earning less than $1 million and the speaker boehner says he is raising even more revenue than he first proposed putting it now on the president would has to come up with spending cuts. fast. welcome, everyone, i am neil cavuto. they are get close but still in deal. republicans want to make clear that if they don't get a deal it ain't or fault. they hiked taxes more than they wanted waiting for democrats they say who have not delivered any spending cuts they promised. no word on that. to capitol hill senior producer on how all of this is going down. that is the latest? >>reporter: we are told in the past couple of minutes that an official tells ed henry it is worst in the past 24 hours. they felt they took a step back because of plan (b) that speaker boehner is proposing to the conference meeting in closed conference in less than an hour, for show them what the plan is. we understand they will have two votes, probably thursday, one would renew all so-ca
the victims, they will put them on tv and say you got to give us the hundred and that brings me to a second point. if we are going to give, it will probably be well over $50 billion, why not have a policy when we have a crisis like this, and a natural emergency, cut other government programs c do we always have this unlimited credit card to increase the amount of the debt? that is why it gets to the point where geithner's proposal to wipe away the debt ceiling altogether is such a dangerous idea. it is like giving congress unlimited credit card where they can borrow for anything they want to spend money on. >>neil: i asked pennsylvania congressman after sandy, and said we n $12 billion to fema's budget, add it right now, and his part was speaking but i don't think his head was. >>guest: not compared to what happened with katrina. even to this day there are areas of new orleans that have not been cleaned up and $140 billion is a lost money but this is half of that but sandy was half the storm of katrina. i have skepticism this will help the people that we, you have shown on the show, the peo
but this year the holidays are about anxiety and concern. i'm not sure if even captain neil cavuto can save us at this point. crazy. of course he can. you went off the rails. >>neil: that guarantees you are not coming back. >>neil: i look at this and i wonder, melissa, facing the brink or faced with certain financial death they cannot get off their behind. i am looking at big issues they promise to bring forward next year, it will not happen. >>guest: i trust them to do nothing. can you imagine if we ran our households like this, or we went to work like this you leave all of your work undone and you go home for the holiday, sorry, i didn't finish my show or my work but i will head out because it is almost christmas. can you imagine if you spent $2 for every dollar you brought in? it is crazy. crazy. >>neil: only in washington. only in washington. thank you all. melissa will break it down further on weekdays at 5:00 p.m. on fox business network. good stuff. catch it. >> they should pay their fair share of taxes. ♪ of what fun it is to ride in a one horse open sleigh ♪ >>neil: you are not sa
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in taxes. guess what? they raised the taxes and never cut the spending. there is reason for us to be cautious about that. there has to be a way through this. maybe it will take the market starting to send a signal and people taking actions in anticipation of this raising of the taxes. do you know an economist that doesn't believe we will not go into a recession. >>neil: the markets do not lately seem to be too worried. do you think no deal is better than a bad deal? >>guest: the only thing we can do is to make a deal. i think the american people deserve it. if we don't get it, i really worry about the country. i do worry. i am in discussions with people about this nuclear option. i am in discussions with people about the immigration reform issue. we could have discussions about this. i don't think the democrats want this to go over the cliff. not the majority of them. i pray not. >>neil: one seems to be tempting the other. >>guest: it is a game of chicken. i don't believe it will happen. i don't think anyone wants it to happen. and sequestration is looming as of january 1. in t
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